Friday, July 27, 2012
I just finished stitching and finishing a ruler holder and pin cushion/scissor holder to be sold to help the Italian earth quake victims. I am finishing up with the instructions and I will post pictures tomorrow. It was a great learning curve for me. I have been trying to figure out how to keep the Mother of Pearl rulers in their sheaths. Ruler and scissors for the set are from Kelmscott Designs. I finally figured out how to get magnets to work with non-metal items....I soooooo love it when I solve my own problems. ebeth More to come this weekend!
Recovering from being in the heat all day yesterday with the girls. We packed up and headed out early in the morning so we could one of the first people to get into Warped Tour. Sleeping with Sirens.
Monday, July 23, 2012
The kids and I went to an Annual Tools for School music event hosted by Robert and Sheri Pope. Rober is a member of Kona Music and they are a local band that plays an array of music. Robert had other musicians come over and share their talents for the cause. A great time was had by all. Robert cooked some fantastic food and the dessert table was wonderful. Kids, dogs, babies and adults all came together to enjoy an afternoon/evening of food, music and great company. Kudos Robert and Sheri! Ebeth and kids....
I am getting dangerous. I have figured out how to add links to other sites and will be doing this to help you stay informed about subjects that are discussed on this blog. I would also like to add that I am going to slowly update my old posts and add links where they are needed. I want to send a big thank you to all my supporters for purchasing 'Jumping Cat'. This is a popular piece and I am happy that so many people like this design. The American Series is up and going. I am working on George Washington and Benjamin Franklin at the moment. I hope to get started stitching on them soon. They should be out in the next couple of months. Thank you again for your support and keep cool in this heat. Ebeth
Hoffman Distributing Company and Norden Craft today. Hopefully they will be in stock by the end of the week. Betsy Ross was credited to helping George Washington design the flag for the United States of America in 1777. While some are sayig this never happened, it cannot be disclaimed that Betsy Ross was a flag maker/upholsterer and that she supported her family with this occupation all of her life. She has been quoted as saying that she 'never knew what it was to want employment.' In her time in history upholstery business owners not only upolsteried furniture they were also makers of flags. Besty Ross did make flags for a living during her life time can be considered a role model for women in the work force. Betsy supported her family through three marriages and seven children, two who died in infancy. She was not one to allow life to get her down. She should be applauded for her contribution to our country and her work ethic that she carried to her grave. Ebeth
Saturday, July 21, 2012
I had a wonderful day at the Giant Stitch In held by the Dogwood EGA Chapter. These girls work hard at making sure that we have a great time. So many wonderful things to get, the Stash to Stash was great. The Silent Auction was tantilizing with Jeannette and Ronnie going to a drawing to see who would win this lovely lap frame from England. Ronnie was the winner....I tried Jeannette... I won a cute strawberry fob on a pair of scissors made and donated by Dorothy. Thank you my dear. I hope to post pictures tonight or tomorrow. Well, I am off to work some more. A very grey and weird weather day here in the Hundred Acre Woods. We are having a Black Widow problem under the studio....hopefully that will be cleared up soon. May you have a great stitching day! Ebeth
Friday, July 20, 2012
Thursday, July 12, 2012
It is quite like an icky Hundred Acres day here in Marietta. We had the Huffelumps and Woozels visit last night. The thunder and lightening was unbeliveable. I turned off the printers and the computer. I usually do not because I have them on a battery back up system, but it was so horrific that I felt I needed to do this. So off and unplugged they went....I have been waiting to see Piglet fly by or to see Pooh's bum sticking out of a Rabbit hole. With the horrid weather is a horrid migraine....so it has been PJ day here in the Hundred Acres woods. We are drinking tea, playing Playstation 3 games, computer surfing and finishing up some stitching. I think if I can press on-Betsy Ross may be shipped out tomorrow to be photographed.... Off to stitch, will keep you updated on the events of the weird and wonderful world of the Talledo's Hundred Acre Woods.... ebeth
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
I have been asked to teach Artist Trading Cards at the Dogwood EGA Mini Workshop in October 6, 2012. I am excited about this. We had a blast at the TVR Regional Seminar. Here are a couple pictures of the cards that I got completed. Enjoy. Ebeth
I got some paperwork and charting done today. Betsy Ross is almost finished. I have the quote and the banner to do then off to be photographed. I am working on a small piece to help with the earth quake victims in Italy. I will tell more this week. Ebeth
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The clan got back late Sunday night. I hit the ground running with pending work related issues. I am almost finished with Betsy Ross. I will try to post a work in progress picture by the end of the week. It is good to be home! We are getting much needed rain, but it comes with violent weather. Well I am off to answer another email and will be posting more soon. I tweeted the last two weeks about my trip....hope you enjoyed the tweets. ebeth
I forgot to post the site information for Sampler Consortium. Thanks Ebeth http://www.samplerconsortium.org/
I just got a request from Sheryl De Jong for help on getting a book published on samplers. I am posting the request and information she sent. If you can help or would like more information about this project please contact them directly. Thank you Ebeth- This is the information from Sheryl: Would you or your Sampler Guild like to help the Sampler Consortium publish Gloria Allen’s latest book Columbia’s Daughters: Girlhood Embroidery from the District of Columbia? It’s very hard to get a publisher to publish a needlework book in these economic times, so let’s all chip in. Any amount is welcome. Send your checks to: Sampler Consortium 1244 Walnut St., Suite 220 Eugene, OR 97403 firstname.lastname@example.org